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A Vanity Affair: ASID White Box Challenge




Photos from 2015 ASID White Box Challenge

Get your creative juices flowing at the 2016 ASID White Box Challenge! Join other participants at “A Vanity Affair” to celebrate imagination, creativity, and design. Open your imagination and your box. What will you create?

Industry professionals, architects, designers, ASID members and non-members alike are invited to think out of the box (pun intended!) and use the items provided in a fun, unique, new and interesting way. Show off your design skills and claim your spot today!

Celebrity judges will be on hand to choose a winner, with cash prizes awarded and plenty of drawings to go around. The boxes and winners will be unveiled on October 13, 2016 at Decorative Materials Denver from 5-8 pm.

Registration for the challenge INCLUDES ONE free admission to the grand unveiling!

Tickets:
$20 ASID member
$35 non-member
$10 Student member
All proceeds go to ASID Colorado

Click here to sign up. Only 25 spots available!

About ASID

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is the largest professional organization for interior designers representing all facets of both residential and commercial design. With more than 30,000 members nationally, ASID establishes a common identity for professionals and businesses in the field of interior design. The ASID Colorado Chapter is proud to represent more than 500 local ASID members.

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